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AbstractSkeletal muscle plays an essential role in generating the mechanical force necessary to support the movement of our body and daily exercise. Compared with cardiac and smooth muscle, in mammals, skeletal muscle exhibits remarkable regenerative capacity in response to damage. Muscle stem...
AbstractAs a new discipline, neuroaesthetics has developed rapidly to become an important branch of neuroscience. The study of neuroaesthetics is of great significance to understanding the mechanisms underlying human aesthetics. In this review, we briefly define neuroaesthetics, and then review...
AbstractObjective:Medical data mining and sharing is an important process in E-Health applications. However, because these data consist of a large amount of personal private information of patients, there is the risk of privacy disclosure when sharing and mining. Therefore, ensuring the security...
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AbstractObjective:Pulmonary Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection can trigger cellular and humoral innate immune responses, which may cause death of the pathogen and or host cells/tissue. We aimed to determine the cytotoxic response of phagocytes in patients with pulmonary Mycobacterium...
AbstractObjective:Venlafaxine is a common antidepressant and its therapeutic effect varies among people with different genetic backgrounds. The aim of this study was to investigate whether single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the SLC17A7 gene are associated with the treatment outcome of...
AbstractObjective:Chinese rhubarb is a promising Chinese medicine for the promotion of gastrointestinal function. This study was conducted to investigate the safety and efficacy of Chinese rhubarb administered via ultrasound delivery in promoting the early recovery of gastrointestinal function...
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